News Categories

Culinary News (167)
Herbs and Spices (66)
Recipe Ideas (54)
All (880)

Back

Chefs could take inspiration from the Far East

Pork is a staple dish in one eastern tradition

Chefs looking for new and unique flavour ideas may wish to consider where they look for their sources of inspiration.

One option could be to look to other cultures and take cues from cuisine prepared in other countries.

Indeed, McCormick's resident expert Chef Steve says this is one of the ways in which he starts to prepare new dishes, so other caterers may wish to follow his lead.

This may be particularly beneficial for those who love to cook with Asian spices, as Yaya cuisine, which originates in southern Thailand, is said to be both distinctive and delicious.

More chilli, coconut milk, coriander and lemon grass are employed in meals from this tradition and pork dishes are also a staple option - and really set it apart from the Muslim element of the Malay Nyonya tradition.

Compared with this cuisine that is associated with the same region, it is spicier and slightly less sweet.

Related Products: Chilli Powder, Ground Coriander, Pork with Chilli and Noodles

The news feeds on this site are independently provided by Adfero Limited © and do not represent the views or opinions of McCormick UK Ltd